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The Divine Plan is a movie starring Peter Reznikoff. THE DIVINE PLAN: The Divine Plan: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Dramatic End of the Cold War/ A film by Robert Orlando It remains the least-known story of the twentieth...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Robert Orlando
Starring
Peter Reznikoff

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Genres Documentary
Director Robert Orlando
Writer Robert Orlando
Stars Peter Reznikoff
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description THE DIVINE PLAN: The Divine Plan: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Dramatic End of the Cold War/ A film by Robert Orlando It remains the least-known story of the twentieth century - A president and a pope; an unlikely pair who combine deep faith with political acumen and high-octane star power. A plot that involves two assassination attempts, KGB scheming, CIA intrigue and the final act to topple the Soviet Empire.

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Saturday, 09 May 2020 03:04

This documentary is a delightful companion piece to the film The Divine Plan, and follows the lives of the two main characters, Angel and Dom. Angel and Dom were both inspired to do something special by their father's death. Dom is a singer, and his singing career was pretty much dead, but he still got gigs and got noticed by the local talent scouts. Angel has been playing guitar for years, but is still looking for his big break. As for Dom, he is a very different person from the one portrayed in the film. He is a serious, serious person who is drawn to the occult and also to the "Heavenly Vision". He is a very lonely guy, and is constantly trying to connect with other people. I found the film very entertaining and very interesting. I found the idea that God is a singer and that the "Heavenly Vision" is in fact an amalgamation of all his experiences and a "vision" of a higher power very interesting. I also liked the fact that there were several people in the documentary who were not the ones that were supposedly in the "Heavenly Vision". They were there to tell the story and also to give us a behind the scenes look at the making of the film. I found it very interesting that there were people like Bruce Springsteen, Brian Eno, Sting, and others who were not on the "Heavenly Vision" list. I also found it interesting that they were not the ones to talk about the film. They were there to tell us how it was made. I think that the documentary is a good companion piece to the film The Divine Plan.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 04:51

From a documentary viewpoint, this film is a must see. The story of the writings of Pope Leo XIII is the most important part of the story, and it is here that the film really succeeds. The film consists of interviews with Pope Leo XIII, His wife, and various other people involved in the Vatican. They talk about the contents of the letters, the Catholic doctrine, and much more. The interviews are interspersed with interviews with the people involved in the writing of the letters. I'm a Catholic myself, and I could really relate to the questions they ask the people involved. There is also a lot of talk about the writings, and I really liked that. They are presented as a story of inspiration and devotion, but there is a little more to it than that. I really liked the interviews, and I think that the best parts of the film are the interviews with Pope Leo XIII. There is a lot of interesting information in those interviews, and I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in this story. The film is not perfect. It is definitely the worst documentary I have ever seen. The fact that they did not show some of the letters was a little distracting, but I understand why. I also think that they used a lot of stock footage of the Vatican, and it seemed like they used it because it was the only footage they had. It did not really bother me, but I would have liked to have seen more of the Vatican. Overall, I think this film is really good. It is a really great film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Vatican. It is not perfect, but I think it is really good.
Friday, 01 May 2020 00:42

This documentary focuses on the spiritual journey of a man named Michael Corbett, who in 2002 made an important discovery about his own spiritual journey. It also gives a fairly comprehensive overview of the history of the Church of Scientology, and some of its early followers, who founded the Church of Scientology in 1954. Corbett, who was born in Jamaica, was raised in New York City, and when he was in his teens became a member of the Church of Scientology. When he was nineteen, he went on a five-year mission in the British Virgin Islands, where he met Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. After returning home, he became a Scientology employee, and he later married a Scientologist, and they have a daughter. While at work, Corbett is asked to write a report on a religious person who died in a Scientology organization. He becomes convinced that the person's spiritual journey is a real spiritual experience. He decides to find out more about the man, and has an epiphany. He meets other Scientologists and meets people who believe in Scientology, and he begins to see how Scientology has helped them, including many who have gone on to work for Scientology organizations. Corbett becomes an outspoken critic of Scientology, and he publicly states that he doesn't think Scientology is legitimate. Eventually, he is shunned by many Scientologists and he is even disowned by his own wife, but he continues to believe in Scientology. After becoming disillusioned with Scientology, Corbett begins to make an independent investigation into his own spiritual journey, and he discovers that Scientology is a fraud, and it is no better than a cult. Corbett then becomes involved in a lawsuit against Scientology and he and his wife file a suit in court, and eventually win. After losing the case, Corbett has some sort of "second epiphany" and begins to realize that Scientology is just another form of religion. After Corbett gets back in touch with his wife and daughter, he becomes involved in a church called the Church of Scientology of New York, and he realizes that Scientology is just another religion. Corbett has a difficult time adjusting to the Church of Scientology, and he and his wife are divorced. Corbett becomes involved in a Scientology church, and he starts to try to regain his life. The film focuses on Corbett's experiences, and what he's learned from his experiences. It also has a lot of interviews with former Scientologists who have had similar experiences. Corbett has also had an epiphany and has become a Scientologist. I enjoyed this film. The documentary was well done, and I thought it was very interesting and informative. It's a documentary that I would recommend to anyone interested in Scientology, or spiritual experiences. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in Scientology, or spiritual experiences.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 19:02

As a huge fan of history and a keen observer of human behavior, I have always been interested in this topic. I did not realize how popular the subject has become until I stumbled upon the documentary "Savage God", and even then I was not familiar with the real story. I have to say that this documentary is well done, and certainly has the feel of a well-made documentary. The use of archival footage, particularly the interviews of historians, is well done. The "raw footage" of the medieval castles is particularly impressive. The documentaries uses are not limited to the subject, but extend into other aspects of the story. The great part of the documentary is the interviews, and although some of the interviewees have to be taken with a grain of salt, the overall impression is good. The documentary is interesting, and it does not turn into a "how did this happen" documentary. In that regard, the documentary is not as entertaining as it should have been. As a fan of the subject, I would have liked to have seen more footage of the physical evidence of the atrocities, especially in the case of the 12th century. It was important to the film to establish the fact that the conversion of the people was not driven by religion, but was the result of a religious backlash. The film also does a good job of showing the results of the conversion. I would have liked to have seen a more dramatic representation of the conversion of the Christians to Islam. The film is well worth seeing, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.


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